Gayle Bunn

for Nashua Handknits

NHK20-1 Cabled Yoke Cardigan and Pullover

These are massively popular styles unaffected by trends, and Bunn's take on them is stunning. She points out: "The body and sleeves are worked from the bottom up with a small amount of raglan shaping at the top. The neckband and yoke are worked in one piece from the neck down (flat-- Ed.). The horizontal cable band is worked separately, then one long edge is sewn to the bound-off edge of the yoke. The other long edge of the cable band is sewn to the upper edges of the body and sleeves." The pullover yoke seam is placed "as close as possible to the back left raglan seam" after placing the "tree" motif in the front centre. Not for beginners, but fascinating to work, and gorgeous to wear. From Nashua Handknits Book 20, Snow.

Pattern Detail

  • no charts
  • schematics included
  • sewing required
  • fall/winter
  • straight (flat)
  • 3 sizes, finished 35.5" - 47.5"; see data page
  • digital PDF has 4 pages (letter size)
  • experienced
    • 4 x 4 in
    • 4.5 mm
    • US 7
    • 21.0 over pattern
Click below for more images and yarn requirements
Cableyokegbunnnhk20 Cableyokepocardigbunnnhk20.pdf-1data

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